• Blackhawks place Jonathan Toews on long-term injured reserve

    2 days ago - By Saint Louis Today

    CHICAGO - Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews will miss at least 10 games and 24 days after the team placed him on long-term injured reserve Thursday because of an unspecified illness.
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  • Chicago Blackhawks place Jonathan Toews and Kirby Dach on long-term injured reserve

    Chicago Blackhawks place Jonathan Toews and Kirby Dach on long-term injured reserve

    2 days ago - By Chicago Tribune

    It looks like Jonathan Toews is going to be on the shelf for a while. The Chicago Blackhawks captain and top-line center, who missed all of training camp and the season opener with an unspecified illness, was officially placed him on long-term injured reserve Thursday.
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  • Blackhawks place Toews & Dach on long-term IR

    Blackhawks place Toews & Dach on long-term IR

    2 days ago - By WGN TV

    CHICAGO - The Blackhawks are going to be without their captain for at least ten games.
    Jonathan Toews was placed on long-term injured reserve Thursday along with Hawks up-and-coming star forward Kirby Dach. The designation means Toews will miss at least 24 days.
    The 32-year-old, three-time Stanley Cup champ announced a few weeks ago that he would be away from the team while he dealt with an illness that has left him feeling “drained and lethargic.” There has been no word from Toews or the Blackhawks on what might be causing his symptoms, and he has asked for privacy while he focuses on his...
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  • Blackhawks place Toews & Dach on long-term IR

    Blackhawks place Toews & Dach on long-term IR

    2 days ago - By WGN TV

    CHICAGO - The Blackhawks are going to be without their captain for at least ten games.
    Jonathan Toews was placed on long-term injured reserve Thursday along with Hawks up-and-coming star forward Kirby Dach.
    The designation means Toews will miss at least 24 days. The 32-year-old, three-time Stanley Cup champ announced a few weeks ago that he would be away from the team while he dealt with an illness that has left him feeling “drained and lethargic.” There has been no word from Toews or the Blackhawks on what might be causing his symptoms, and he has asked for privacy while he focuses on his...
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